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Does anyone remember the name of teh villians that Captain Crunch used to battle? All in the name of his awesome crunchy cereal's goodness?

Come on...bunny brownie points to anyone who remembers...

[Laugh]

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Ok. I have a little treat for all of you, in teh spirit of Captain Crunch.

This song is called "The Breakfast Song" and talks about how Captain Crunch is waving farewell to you as you sink to the pits of hell.

You and I know that Captain Crunch, defender of the crunch in our morning breakfast bowls, would NEVER mock us in our decent to hell. I mean, things are crunchier there...all the fire makes them toastier...but he would still save you. There is a such thing as TOO crunchy. He is Captain Crunch, cereal GOD.

So, I have gotten this clip. You get the ADDED bonus of learning this is a Christain rock band (the are called "NewsBoys") from New Zealnd. So youa re witnessing a LIVE Christian rock concert. Note the fan waving some 2 year old in the air like they are about to launch the kid on stage. I have posted lyrics below so you can sing along.

Newsboys: "The Breakfast Song" LIVE!

Everyone can thank me later.

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Hold the milk, put back the sugar
They are powerless to console
We’ve gathered here to sprinkle ashes
From our late friend’s cereal bowl.

Breakfast Clubbers, say the motto
That he taught us to repeat:
“You will lose it in your gym class
if you wait til noon to eat”.

Back when the Chess Club, said our eggs were soft
Every Monday he’d say grace and hold our juice aloft
Oh, none of us knew his checkout time would come so soon
But before his brain stopped waving, he composed this tune:

WHEN THE TOAST IS BURNED AND ALL THE MILK
HAS TURNED AND CAPTAIN CRUNCH IS WAVING FAREWELL...
WHEN THE BIG ONE FINDS YOU MAY THIS SONG REMIND YOU THAT THEY DON’T SERVE BREAFAST IN HELL


Breakfast clubbers, drop the hankies
Though to some our friend was odd
that day he bought those pine pyjamas
His check was good with God

Those here without the lord,
How do you cope?
For this morning we don’t mourn
Like those who have no hope

Oh rise up, Fruit Loop lovers
Sing out sweet and low
With spoons held high
We bid our brother “Cheerio!"

WHEN THE TOAST IS BURNED AND ALL THE MILK
HAS TURNED AND CAPTAIN CRUNCH IS WAVING FAREWELL...
WHEN THE BIG ONE FINDS YOU MAY THIS SONG REMIND YOU THAT THEY DON’T SERVE BREAFAST IN HELL


(repeat til fade)



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Now I remember why I don't listen to Christian music (aside from not being Christian, of course.) Those lyrics are supremely horrid.
[Razz]
But thanks for the find anyway, I got a good chuckle out of it, all the same. More AT the band than WITH the band...but hey, whatever works, right?
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And as for the villians in the toon.....I've got nothin'. I'm far too young to remember, I bet.

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Thanks, now I feel old

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quote:
Originally posted by Chris -Kracka C-:
Now I remember why I don't listen to Christian music (aside from not being Christian, of course.) Those lyrics are supremely horrid.

The sad thing is, they are touring and have a shit load of fans. they make a LIVING off their music. maybe you shoudl just write really shitty and join a Christian rock band.

Sell out to God bitch.

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Ahem, I believe he prefers to be called "Cap'n." [Razz]

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Bunny, you're slightly younger than I am, and I can't remember the villans names. I didn't even remember that there were villans. I do however remember the Cookie Crook.  -

You know. Before they added that stupid dog.

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Nobody remembers "The Soggies?" They looked like liquid people or milk people.

Ws I teh only one obsessed with cereal? Also, Sugar Bear Was always a mean fuck in my eyes. And why did the kids torture Trix rabbit and Lucky?

Oh, does anyone remember what the original Luck Charms marshmallows were?

Cereal trivia.

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I remember the Soggies.

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Now I remember the Soggies. Barely, but I do remember them. And I believe the original marshmellows were: pink hearts, green clovers, blue diamonds, yellow stars and orange moons. I vaguely remember the commercial that introduced the purple horseshoes in the early 80's. All I remember is Lucky riding a purple horse.

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Yellow moons and orange stars. My dad told me they did not used to have blue diamonds either, that they added those on the 70's.

I think the marshmallow bits are bigger now than they used to be. they have this new piece that changes color in milk and that one kind of creeps me out. Like it may have like radioactive sugar...

My fav marshmallow cereal is Count Chocula though. I like Boo Berry and Frankenberry too. But i can only find them at Walmart anymore...one of my only reasons to slink into Wally's World.

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OK, here is another one.

What discontinued cereal occassionaly shows up in the occasional Quentin Tarantino movie?

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Wasn't it Quisp with that dude whose head had a propeller on it
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The answer is:
Fruit Brute

He was replaced by Yummy mummy, but I dont think they even make Yummy Mummy anymore.

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Let us not forget Crunch's most notorious competition in the kiddie cereal line:


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